Modern Botanical Glasshouse Wedding Inspiration at Moxhull Hall

If you’re looking for a light-filled wedding wedding you are in for a treat! This modern botanical glasshouse wedding inspiration shoot at Midlands wedding venue Moxhull Hall, captured by The Brand Studio and styled by me, is equal parts WOW and GORGEOUS.

Glasshouse venues are the perfect choice for weddings throughout the year; large, open floor plans allow you to layout and style the interior as you wish, glass walls and ceilings flood your venue with beautiful natural light whatever the weather, bridge the gap between inside and outside and make your venue feel even more spacious.

Before we leave you to scroll through this gorgeous feature, can I just mention the bridal styling? I am so in love with the statement headband, and wait until you see the cape. Bridal capes for everyone!

Need convincing? As if!


The team at Moxhull Hall had never created a wedding set up in the Glass Garden Room, so I wanted to create a design that made the use of this stunning contemporary space and maximised the light. Set against the lush greenery of the surrounding gardens I chose an elegant, nature-inspired palette of emerald green and ivory with brass accents. Green shades are a great colour choice for any season, but particularly the cooler autumn and winter months, adding freshness and life.


Keeping the overall styling simple, we opted for large greenery arrangements suspended over the table to add height, depth and texture. Florist Karen Morgan from Passion for Flowers used a mix of palm leaves, ferns and foliage to create these statement displays to create a real impact on entering the room, with trailing foliage and greenery-filled lanterns adding interest at table height.


Running wild with the botanical theme, illustrator Rebecca Richards created an incredibly beautiful watercolour stationery suite with hand-painted elements. The menus were finished with fresh foliage details, sitting atop lush green napkins and complimented with matt gold cutlery. The foliage elements are mirrored on the cake, delicately decorated with sugar leaves and flowers by Fen at Monannie Cakes.


  • Don’t be afraid to stick to a monochromatic single-colour palette. We used green throughout to create a consistent look that is softened with natural elements.
  • Foliage-only arrangements can be just as striking as ones crammed with florals, and leave budget for decor items like napkins and glassware which add more impact and colour to your tablescapes.
  • In large spaces such as glasshouses and conservatories, add height with tall or suspended floral arrangements to fill the space and create an immediate wow-factor.

Looking for more modern botanical glasshouse wedding inspiration? Check out our botanical features here!



After a decade-long career in corporate interior design, I took a giant leap of faith, left the security of an office job, and founded B.LOVED in 2011 as a platform for romantic and beautiful wedding inspiration. Thanks to a whole lot of creativity, hard work and passion, my gamble paid off and B.LOVED became one of the leading wedding blogs in the UK.

I'm also a co-founder at The Brand Studio, where I design and curate beautiful photoshoots for wedding and lifestyle brands, as well as running wedding industry community the B.LOVED Hive where I support and nurture wedding pros building industry leading businesses. Yep, I definitely have the best job in the world.

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